How to get GTA V on PS5 for less than £10 / $10

Grand Theft Auto V has now launched across next-gen consoles

Michael, Franklin and Trevor in GTA V
(Image credit: Rockstar Games)

Grand Theft Auto V has now launched on PlayStation 5 with Sony offering one hell of a deal for anyone considering returning to Los Santos. 

Nearly a decade after it was originally released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Rockstar has once again re-launched the GTA game that will never die – over 160 million copies sold and counting – across next-gen consoles. At least we know GTA 6 is real. To celebrate the launch of GTA V, the developer has teamed up with Sony for an exclusive offering that I found even too good to pass up on.

The deal in question gets you the full GTA V single player and GTA Online package for less than $10 / £10. Specifically, the GTA V story mode is available for $9.99 / £8.75 while the online portion can be redeemed for free on the PlayStation Store until June 14th. After this, the price for both will be raised to $39.99 / £34.99 and $19.99 / £17.99, respectively. 

While there is certainly a case to be made for Rockstar to offer free-next-gen upgrades for consumers, it's still a pretty good deal regardless to gain access to all the new upgrades. The loading improvement alone is worth the price of admission. As someone that hasn't played GTA V since it originally launched in 2013, this felt a  more than reasonable price to jump to console generations ahead to play the game. 

Additional upgrades that are exclusive to the next-gen versions of GTA V include: 4K resolution (courtesy of a new graphics mode), up to 60 frames per second, texture and draw distance enhancements, HDR options and ray-tracing, advance haptic feedback, and more. This was all confirmed in a blog post from Rockstar. 

To get this great deal, simply head to PlayStation Store, search for GTA V and make the purchase. Similarly, GTA Online can be found here for free. Remember you only have until June 14th, 2022 to claim this deal. 

The next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V is available across PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. The game is also available across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. 

To keep up with all the latest news and rumours, check out T3's GTA 6 hub for the latest information – including why October is the most likely month for the next GTA announcement. 

Matt Poskitt
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